Sunday, 11 October 2015

Election Results

Congratulations to all who ran for positions for the 2016 Committee.

To see the Declaration of Election, please click here

The elected 2016 MUBS Committee is as follows:

President: Tyrone Badar
Vice President (Engagement): Kate Rooney
Vice President (Admin & Finance): Mary Robinson
Vice President (Wellbeing): Kat Dent
MAPPS Coordinator: James Blaney
BISA Coordinator: Domenica Vaca
Clubs & Societies Coordinator: Emma Peacock
Social Coordinator: Taylor Holland
Engagement Representative: Jack Taylor
Wellbeing Representative: Jess Evans

In 2016, we'll say farewell to some old members and hello to some new faces. The 2016 team begins in their roles as of 1 November, so their contact details and this website will be updated after then.


  1. This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

  2. Are you a net web site owner like and looking to make certain publishing specific content cloth on your website. healthy tea perth

  3. Thanks for that event.
    More interesting ones will be soon managed by this education website for students, writers and educators.

  4. Nice Post. Thanks for sharing. But I will share a helpful tips. Misplaced Yahoo Leading get ranking or perhaps Struggling to acquiring Initial Page ranking. One of the most difficulty powering that is copy articles. Thus, I would really like to be able to advise an individual verify the items usually are not Plagiarized. Verify simply by Plagiarism Software

  5. Students and professionals have been involved and engaged with elections, federal and local problems for years. Students may not be of age to vote in elections, but they can still make their voice heard. Encourage civil discourse around the presidential selection by having students vote for the presidential applicant of their choice and then talk about the concerns of the result, or use students vote to lead into other school activities focused on the election. Those students who are not able to cast vote can select accredited life experience degree programs and show their interest in any field.